It has been seen that the tropical storm now continued to make the way towards the East Coast, North Carolina’s governor which has issued a state of emergency. The storm was expected to regain the strength of hurricane which can pose the threat of heavy rain, rip currents as well as dangerous surf.
On Friday evening, Governor Roy Cooper has declared a state of emergency by calling in the residents who are farmers that prepare for the gathering storm. Cooper said in a statement that it is too early to determine the path of the storm. But we should get prepared for the same as the action can avoid the losses due to the Florence.
Cooper has also signed a transportation waiver which will allow the farmers of the state to transport their harvested crops more quickly before the storm reaches. The order of the executive will help in gathering as well as to move the crops in and also through the state which is more easy as well as quick in response to the problems that can cause by the Tropical Storm Florence in North Carolina as well as along the East coast.
Copper said that the emergency management officials are now working along with the local as well as with the federal officials to get prepare for the possible impacts from Florence. Currently, this is the peak seasons of the hurricane, and this is unpredictable about the power that the storm poses.
According to the National Hurricane Center, at 11 PM ET on Friday, Florence’s maximum wind speed is about 60 mph. The storm was centered at about 905 miles which is east-southeast of Bermuda as well as they move west at 7 mph. Now it has been weakened, but it may regain the strength as the weather is favorable.